Breaking news! ¬†Kobe Bryant is injured. ¬†No one has been talking about this. ¬†And in a further Razzball exclusive – he’s old. ¬†Not exactly the best combo coming back from a major injury, followed by another pretty bad one just a few games back. ¬†After a re-examination, apparently the knee bone still isn’t connected to the leg bone, so let’s call the whole thing off! ¬†Will be examined yet again in three weeks, and that’s just another knee rub-rub. ¬†Who knows how much longer it will be after that. ¬†Good news is! ¬†Jodie Meeks is still gonna kill it, Kendall Marshall is still going to hand out dimebags like a Colorado bakery, and with the Lakers still atrocious, we can make a pretty educated guess that Kobe is going to be out A – until he is 100%, no questions asked, no way he could get hurt again healthy or B – the season. ¬†Leaning B. ¬†And even if A happens, it would be so late and in such limited minutes that I don’t think the value is worth it. ¬†Cut him in 10 or 12-teamers. ¬†Just do it. ¬†I know some people will keep holding him, if you’re in 1st or 2nd and fine for the playoffs and wanna stash, I can’t argue much with you, but I think the time is now to use that spot for others. ¬†Tough year for Lakers fans, but hey, you’re not the Bucks… Here’s what else went down across the NBA-o-sphere:Please, blog, may I have some more?
When the New Orleans Saints won the Super Bowl in 2009, it was a great example of how the Sports Karma Gods can sometimes rush in after tragedy strikes to lift a city up and help it rebuild.
But then that was it. No more, said the Sports Karma Gods. Because since 2009, Big Easy sports fans have endured the Sean Payton scandal, the Chris Paul trade, the Hornets changing their name to the Pelicans, the freaking horrible uniforms for this year’s NBA All-Star game and a rash of injuries not unlike the rash Candy Flanders gave me in my sophomore year of high school. Er, ah, moving on.Please, blog, may I have some more?
Ray Allen, Kevin Garnett, Rajon Rondo and a host of others did not play for the Boston Celtics. The offense was carried by Aleksandar Pavlovic with 16 points, surpassing his previous season high by 6 points. Chris Bosh, Dwyane Wade and LeBron James did not play for Miami, which was led by Dexter Pittman (12 points) and James Jones (11 points).Please, blog, may I have some more?